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Bose Life style Model 5

This unit is dead, no lights, no display, nothing. External Power supply replaced, still dead!!! Does anyone have a circuit diagram for this unit?

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  • David_77 Apr 29, 2008

    Thanks,

    It was a simple fix in the end The display was blank all the time and with no power light the unit looked dead but in fact the unit was working. This fix was to replace C19 near the display. many of the model 5's were fitted with a 33 uf 25v capacitor which breaks down after a period of time. Replace this with a higher voltage version, The Bose Service Bulletin recommends a 63v. I have schematics and a service manual now..

    Dave

  • Anonymous Jul 03, 2008

    Thank you! I had two problems with our Bose. One was a broken trace where the power connector was attached to the PCB - easy to find and fix. But the display still didn't work but the tuner, amp and everything else di if you blindly navigated through the settings. Changing C19 fixed the display. Thanks again.

  • santino70 Jul 05, 2008

    Hi DAvid:

    My LS5 is dead too. I'm waiting to have courage enough and schematics to start opening it. Any help will be much appreciated.

    Best regards.

    Santino.

  • jay_kallberg Jul 18, 2008

    Have the same thing, but cant for the life of me find c19?

  • Anonymous Jul 18, 2008

    I have the exact same problem, system functions but no fluorescent display. I've opened it up and found C-18 and C-20, but no C-19. Is it on the same circuit board as the display unit, or on the larger, main CB, where C-18 & 20 are located?

  • Hercdriver Jul 19, 2008

    OK, after some research I found that this unit has a different circuit board arrangement and there is no C-19!

    The culprit is instead C-17, located on the main board, left hand edge. It's 33ufd, 67v just like the C-19 reported on the other posts.

    I was unable to find a 100v cap so put in a 250v rated one. It's a little fat, but it fits ok and the unit works like a champ now.

    I did this repair for a friend. He said he contacted Bose and they charge a flat $250 fee to fix it. This seems to be a very common failure, it cost me 85 cents for the part. (And $2.00 for the gas to go get it.)

  • ipc1 Jul 25, 2008

    My display has been dead for years. changed the cap now OK.

    Thank you

    Ian

  • Anonymous Aug 05, 2008

    Hello! I´m from Germany and looking for the Servicemanual to repair a Bose Lifestyle 5 Music center! Some Worker always cut the Systemcable to the Woofer until its working!! Please send if you have one!!

    Mor23pheus@yahoo.de


  • jtshark5 Aug 30, 2008

    I have the same problem with my Bose lifrstyle 5 music center as all of you do. It just dose not work, I picked mine up at a garage sale and was told that everything worked. It seem's that it has no power to the radio/cd player. I have read some of the post's about this problem but I know nothing about the inside of a circut board or any C-19. So is there any way I could use the 5 sets of cube speakers and the ( what looks like a big sub-woofer ) and hook it up to my new LCD HDTV with out buying one of the new lifestyle bose units. I only paid $200.00 for all of the speakers, but if nothing works its not much of a deal.

  • Lilypad555 Sep 03, 2008

    Hi,



    I do have the same problem with this bose stereo, no power, I checked the adapter is fine. Stereo is dead. The radio was playing and then just died.

    Does anyone have the schematic? What should I test next?

  • jack383 Sep 07, 2008

    I have power to the unit the cd spins the display is not working but if I plug in a headset and can hear the cd,radio and tv. The unit does pop through the speakers when I switch from aux to video or radio. If you this is the c-19 problem which it sounds like please let me know and more info on location inside of unit Thanks Jack

  • craftsmen22 Sep 15, 2008

    My display in the Lifestyle 5 System is dead, too. As I read I should
    change the C19 but in my System I cant find a C19. On the lift lower
    side is a C16.

    I try to display a picture I shot.

    Thank you.



  • DanLisa Pipkens Nov 28, 2008

    David thanks for sending the files..unfortuinatly the last 2 marked lifestyle 5 main bs and ts XXX didn't open I got an error message that the files were damaged and couldn't open ..I hate to bug you but the first file opened and was the top side of the main board. Can you check out and see if the back side of the main board opens for you? Thanks again Pip

  • Jimbo1857 Nov 30, 2008

    Hello, I also have a Lifestyle 5 that is dead, There is voltage going into the power supply section but I am not reading any voltages at the -12, 5, 10V Test points. Does anyone have a circuit diagram of the Power supply section of this unit? Thanks, Jim

  • robby-h Dec 04, 2008

    I have a similar probem.

    Initially the display died and you could not see anything, however there was power to the system as i could get sound from both the aux and video outputs.

    something else seems to have died recently though and i am unable to get any sound at all which leads me to believe the system is completley dead. ( no power at all)

    Does anyone have a sugested fix to this and/or some sort of diagram to help me fix it?

  • Eric Grodsky
    Eric Grodsky Dec 07, 2008

    How do you open up the Lifestyle 5 unit to make a repair? I can't find
    a way to take it apart. My problem is the unit doesn't turn on
    sometimes. I end up unplugging it and replugging it in at the power
    strip, then eventually it works. My guess is I have broken solder joint
    at the power socket of the mains unit.

    Thanks
    Eric


  • e7navy Dec 30, 2008

    to: Eric

    L84THSKYI had the same intermittent power problem on my Lifestyle cd 5
    . The part at any electronic store cost about $1.25 to $1.50. Gas cost more to drive there. Bring your ac power adapter for a good match. The socket solders onto the PC board but be careful not to drip solder everywhere. Only two of the prongs are used. The side prong only help support the connector.



  • Anonymous Jan 09, 2009

    need a diagram for bose lifestyle model 5 mfg 1996

  • michaelps Jan 18, 2009

    Hi I've got the same problem - dead disply on a Lifestyle 12 (uses the Lifestyle 5 receiver). Anyone have the schematic to replace the capacitor, and how to open the unit up without breaking it?

    Thx

  • register91 Feb 01, 2009

    Hi,



    I have same problem as every body had in your Bose Life Model 5.

    Would some one send me a schematics file. Thank you all.

    email: register91@msn.com

  • qsplit Mar 30, 2009

    Hi, I have the same problem as the rest of you. althoffk mentioned to contact him for the PDF of the service manual. Can someone send me a copy at qsplit@yahoo ? Thanks in advance

  • nikitati Apr 22, 2009

    I am looking for a service manual of the Bose Lifestyle 5. Who would be so kind to send me a pdf ? Thank you a lot ! My address is ebaymalin@yahoo.fr. Thank you again

  • VSTechServ May 08, 2009

    Bose Life Style 5 does not have a display.

    CD Drive moves but does not start.

    David_77 how do i get the schematic so I can replace the cap?
    Thanks

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I just went through a similar problem. Everything on the LifeStyle 5 receiver worked fine but no display. Mine is the version "2V" as shown on the serial number label on the bottom. I just replaced the C17 capacitor with a 47uF / 35V one from Radio Shack. For those of you who have been searching for a solution you've probably noticed that for the other console version you'll either have to replace the C16 or C19. For myself on the "2V" version it was the C17.

Note, I have never really done anything electrical like this before and it IS possible to do yourself (actually helps if you have a second set of hands at times).

Supplies from Radio Shack -

  1. 25W soldering iron ($8.79)
  2. Copper desolder braid ($3.99)
  3. 1/2 oz rosin core solder ($2.19)
  4. 47uF 35V capacitor ($1.19)

Here's what I did....

1. Remove the 4 screws on the back panel with a philips head screwdriver.
2. Remove the main cover (non-cd side). Use a small flathead screwdriver to push in the 3 gray tabs on the back panel and lift up so that it prys open toward the front of the unit. Take this main cover off.
3. Remove the cover on the cd side. Use that small flathead screwdriver to push in the 2 black tabs on the back panel and lift up so that it prys open toward the front of the unit. Take this cd cover off. Both top covers should now be off so you're looking at the circuit boards.
4. Remove the top circuit board. It is just held in by a few tabs. Note, I didn't disconnect any wires, ribbons, etc. I just removed the circuit board from the tabs that keep it secure and let it rest loosely on top.
5. Remove the bottom circuit board. I found this to be the trickiest step and needed an extra set of hands to hold up the top circuit board while I worked my fingers around the bottom circuit board to release it from the tabs. I also used pens (hey, at least I'm honest) as levers to keep the bottom circuit board from falling back down and getting re-secured by the tabs. Part of my problem was not recognizing there was an additional tab in the middle of the circuit board holding it down. Just be patient and keep working it. Probably took me like 10-15 minutes just to get this board removed from the tabs. Again, like the top circuit board, I didn't disconnnect any wires, ribbons, etc. I just removed the circuit board from the tabs that keep it secure.
6. Remove the C17 capacitor. Flip over the bottom circuit board and double check to make sure you're about to remove the correct capacitor. The C17 is located near the bottom left of the circuit board. (Someone else gave me the tip to make sure that when I put in the new capacitor I had the proper polarity. I'll revisit this in the next step, but at the time I was about to remove the existing C17 I just put a mark on the outside of the capacitor so I knew how it was aligned on the board. I used copper desolder braid and the soldering iron to remove the solder from the existing capacitor. I then just pulled the existing capactor out and the holes in the circuit board looked clear.
7. Install the new C17 capacitor. I noticed that the capacitors had a different color vertical band on them. Right or wrong, I used this as a guide for me to determine the polarity when installing the new one. I just put the new one in the same way as the old one (with respect to where this different colored band was and the mark I had made on the old one) and pulled the leads through the holes in the circuit board until it seemed tight enough against the circuit board. I bent the leads back (but not broken off) to hold it in place while I soldered the connection. Once I finished soldering the connection I cut off the excess from the leads with wire cutters.
8. Test the display. You don't need to re-secure the circuit boards to test it out. I believe I just flipped it over and connected the FM antenna and the AC power cords to their respective connections in the back and it worked!
9. Reassemble the console. This was much easier than the disassembly and was essentially the steps above in reverse order. Just put the bottom circuit board back in and secure it with the tabs (including the one in the center). Then do the same for the top circuit board. Put the cd cover back on until it snaps into the tabs. Do the same for the main cover. Put the 4 screws back in and you're done! Good luck!

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    John Smith Sep 18, 2011

    thank god someone posted how to take this **** thing apart.....now i can fix it, i have had the parts sitting here for weeks

  • Mohan Nov 25, 2012

    Your solution was really helpful and system is back up again. The bose service said the no longer support the system and was thinking of scrapping, till I came accross your post.

  • Robin Hoffman
    Robin Hoffman Nov 02, 2016

    This worked on my Bose Life Style 8, too.

  • Mel Castro
    Mel Castro Feb 25, 2017

    Does anyone have a picture of where the capacitor is located on the board so i dont remove the wrong one.

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I have a PDF Service Manual for this model, complete with PCB layout and circuit diagrams. Please contact me.

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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  • cornishorchi Sep 23, 2010

    please could you email me the bose lifestyle circuit diagrams
    Many Thanks
    nicola.soden@gmail.com

  • sullray Sep 30, 2010

    If you are still able and willing to email me the .pdf for the Bose Lifestyle II 5 Service Manual, I would also greatly appreciate it. Ray sullray@gmail.com

  • Syomak Nov 08, 2010

    please could you email me the bose lifestyle circuit diagrams Many Thanks syomak@gmail.com

  • raynger88 Jan 29, 2011

    Hi althoffk!

    I've been looking for info. on the same problems they all have. PLEASE, can kindly email me the pdf service manual for the life style 5?? Thank you so much in advance. Please send to raynger@guam.net or raynger88@yahoo.com

    Thanks again,
    Ray

  • althoffk
    althoffk May 16, 2011

    Hi, you need to keep the uF the same and increase the voltage (V). Whatever you had, say 33uF, then a replacement HAS to BE 33uF, but you should increase (or kep costant) the voltage (V), not decrease it.

  • Matt Montgomery
    Matt Montgomery Oct 03, 2011

    I would like the PDF service manual as well if possible, email to stickyfusion@gmail.com

  • Alfred Mingarine Nov 12, 2011

    I would appreciate if you can also send me a copy of the service manual of the Bose Lifestyle II 5 service manual. My system is power up BUT to audio is coming out. My email address: alfred.mingarine@gmail.com

  • NuttyBuddy Feb 05, 2012

    Hi althoffk ,This thread is 2 years old but ,thought I'd give it a try..If you could please help me out with the Service manual of Bose LS5 I'd appreciate it I know it's pathetic to reply to a years old post, but I need help .....my email: serkosight@yahoo.com
    Thanks

  • NuttyBuddy Feb 05, 2012

    Hi althoffk ,This thread is 2 years old but ,thought I'd give it a try..If you could please help me out with the Service manual of Bose LS5 I'd appreciate it I know it's pathetic to reply to a years old post, but I need help .....my email: serkosight@yahoo.com
    Thanks

  • Marcos Torres Feb 12, 2012

    great info. could you send me the pdf? marctorr@gmail.com

  • imthekiter
    imthekiter Mar 07, 2013

    hey guys, does any of you probably have the service manual for LS5? mine died aswell and in an authorized service center nearby they dont have the schematics for this one, so they cannot fix it. Would you please be so kind and send me the file? TYVM! mail: mike.vrska(at)gmail(dot)com

  • nel_ver Nov 19, 2013

    Hi, I needed a service manual for LS5, I would appreciate it if somebody can send me one. Many thanks. email to nel_ver@yahoo.com

  • nel_ver Jan 18, 2014

    Dead LS5. It could be a power supply jack problem. Just access the inside and resolder the part where the jack (3 pins)mounted on the pcb.

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Thanks David_77, I just replaced my C19 225v 33uf with a 167v 33uf and everything works like a champ. Bose wanted $250 to look at it. I also replaced the ac plug in because one of the terminals broke off making for intermittent power

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I had the same problem and just fixed it using David_77's advice. The difference was that my PC board was a newer revision level so the capacitor that needed changing was C17. It was the only 33uF/63V capacitor on the board. There was no visible damage to the cap, but it had degraded to a value of around 7uF. In the picture posted by craftsmen22, C17 is shown as the bottom-most capacitor on the left side. Thanks for the advice David_77!

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Hello and thanks for the help. I just replaced my C16 33uF 63v to a 47uF 35V capacitor. i can now see the display but the parts of the display that is not supposed to be turned an i can see at about 50% brightness. In other words I can see everything (cd, video, tape, disk, random, Am, fm, random, etc.) all at the same time. I think the 47uF 35V is too strong. Can anyone recommend an alternative. Should I just try and find an original 33uF 63v replacement?

Posted on Jul 26, 2010

  • Matt659212 Jul 26, 2010

    Hello and thanks for the help. I just replaced my C16 33uF 63v to a 47uF 35V capacitor. i can now see the display but the parts of the display that is not supposed to be turned an i can see at about 50% brightness. In other words I can see everything (cd, video, tape, disk, random, Am, fm, random, etc.) all at the same time. I think the 47uF 35V is too strong. Can anyone recommend an alternative. Should I just try and find an original 33uF 63v replacement?

  • Alex Jun 15, 2012

    Hi Matt, I just found this tread and I have the same problem of locating R428. Please send me your picture of the circuit where resistor is located, I would really appreciate it. My e-mail lotus5000@gmail.com.

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C19 on mine. Rather than easter egg around, I used a multi-meter on volts AC range and checked all the electrolytics. C19 had 13 VAC on it, while all others were 1 volt or less. Didn't have a replacement 33uf 25V handy, but I did have three 10uf 25V. Three in parallel is 30uf. I actually prefer the lower brightness of 20uf, so I only installed two. Not a bad day overall. Purchased the whole system with subwoofer and two satellite speakers on Craigslist for $100. Works perfectly now. Now I only need a cheap bluetooth adapter and I'm in the modern era.

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Thanks for a great description. I cheated ? bit and wiggled the c17 intill the legs broke and welded from the top. Took 10 minutes to fix.

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Hello,

I have an old LS5 and experience a humming sound in the background only when i am on the radio. Anyone get this problem, humming only when radio but no such problem when you are on CD or AUX?

Please send me the service manual.

Thank you in advance.

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I am experiencing tehe same problem.....Can some one please send me the service manual? to E-mail: quique94@hotmail.com
I would appreciate your help...

Thanks

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I had the same problem with no display and found this thread (thanks for the info!). In my case, it was the capacitor that needed changing was C16, 100uF/25v. I replaced it with 100uF/35v I found at Radio Shack. Now I have the display back.

The only problem I still have is, once it's turned off, it doesn't remember the radio station it was on before. Is this normal?

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You are a god send. I cost me 0.44 for the cap plus 5.40 shipping was simple and fixed the problem.

Now can anyone tell me how to get at Dolby 5.1 surround upgrade for it? :-)

Thanks so much.

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As far as I know, schematics for Bose systems are not available outside of Bose. Check for the typical rpoblem areas: Fuses, shorted diodes, open primary winding on the transformer, etc.
Keep use posted.
Dan

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  • ABRsvcs Apr 29, 2008

    Thanks for the update. Maybe someone else down the road will benefit from the followup.



    Dan

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Thanks for all of the information..Still took a lot of thinking..My system is up and running perfectly. I fixed the display problem very easily. The speaker output...and the R428 resistor problem was another fiasco though. The PDF file you sent of the bottom of the main circuit board wasn't opening correctly so I had to figure out from the description of the output connector to the resistor...what baffeled me was the ohms on the resistor was correct. I took a 35 mm lense and turned it backwards and magnified the resistor and found that at some point someone had changed the resistor and did a poor job soldering. I carefully resoldered the ends of the resistor and wala...All is working well....If anyone else does this I have a pic of the circuit where the resistor is located. If the techs on this site need it I can send ..also when you disconnect the 3 cables to remove the circuit cards two of them are interchangable....mark them!!




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  • Voduyphung Dec 15, 2010

    Awesome
    thank you all everyone posted
    it fixed mine display problem after replaced c19 with same value but higher voltage at 35volts

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    I wont love a picture of this

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